A new model for algorithmic intelligence Bill Weaver Jeff Hawkins does a lot of thinking. Over the past 25 years, his thinking has lead to the creation of the Palm Computing and Handspring corporations, major developments in mobile computing technology, and the Graffiti handwriting recognition system. In his recent book, "On Intelligence", with co-writer Sandra Blakeslee, Mr. Hawkins also reveals he does a lot of thinking about brains
Stitching and tiling microscopic images Will Casavan and Kevin Ryan Digital image processing allows us to see immense amounts of detail within an image. Intensity, spatial and morphometric details are easily captured and evaluated nowadays thanks to easily affordable, highly sensitive and very precise imaging systems.
Approaches to data source integration Susie Stephens The key to accelerating drug discovery is the empowerment of scientists with the necessary information to make well-informed decisions.
Leading edge technology to watch Bill Weaver, Ph.D. Our new undergraduate degree curriculum, the Integrated Science, Business and Technology (ISBT) Program, recently produced its first alumnae.
I'm actually going to shift gears slightly by reviewing the variety and state-of-the-art in statistical software and requesting reader feedback before locking onto my usual discourse on mathematics in biology. We have come a long way in the development of statistical software, from the days of DOS-based packages written by the graduate student or professor and later turned into something commercial
The end results will be well worth the frustration John R. Joyce, Ph.D. If you listen to vendors of wireless networking equipment, setting up a wireless home network is the easiest thing in the world. It requires no expertise, all you have to do is plug in the appropriate interface cards and away you go!
Infomercial disguised as information Randy C. Hice A few years ago, the talented, but dangerously insane, Dr. Mark Schure invited me to speak on an international Webcast for his company. Schure is one of the "Last of the True Characters" as I like to call the more colorful people I've met in my career
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vailable in early 2005, the TotalChrom 6.3 chromatography data system brings additional functionality to the company’s existing chromatography software